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svn:mime-type property

From: Andrea O. Salas <aos_at_cfdlab.larc.nasa.gov>
Date: 2005-09-07 22:34:17 CEST

I imported some files created on a Unix machine to a subversion
repository. One
of these files has an extension .doc, and another has extension .man;
both are ascii
text files.

When I use a netscape browser to look at these two files, they are
immediately displayed.
However, when I use internet explorer, it thinks the .doc file is a MS
Word file and
it doesn't know what the .man file is. I tried setting the svn:mime-type
property for
both of these files to text/plain hoping that the internet explorer
browser would then
know it was text. However, this had no effect on the internet explorer

Am I using this property incorrectly, or is there a defect in the browser?


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